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A combination of nature’s best ingredients to nourish your mouth by balancing natural bacteria, fortifying teeth and gums, removing stains on teeth and feeding them daily with minerals.

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What are Essential Oils & Why Use Them for Oral Health?

What are Essential Oils & Why Use Them for Oral Health?

What are Essential Oils & Why Use Them for Oral Health? 
Essential oils are extracted from medicinal plants, they are concentrated and powerful, all is needed is a few drops or a drop to experience their incredible benefits.  Ancient cultures used them for overall health, we at lucky Teeth use pure Organic undiluted essential oils, these active compounds  can be effective for tooth ache, bleeding gums, gingivitis, gum inflammation and other ailments.  


Oregano oil is a powerful antimicrobial and antibacterial. This means that it helps to eliminate bacteria that cause periodontal disease. Oregano oil contains thymol, which is widely used to combat bad breath and plaque. It can be more powerful that prescribed antibiotics against certain bacteria. But using a single drop on your toothpaste or in your mouthwash, you can very effectively eliminate a lot of the damaging bacteria in your mouth.

Tea tree oil is another powerful bacteria-killer. Tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca oil, is taken from a plant native to Australia. The primary active compounds are terpene hydrocarbons, monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes, which make it a well known disinfectant, used for thousands of years against viruses, fungi and bacteria. It’s used effectively against plaque, gum disease, gum imflammation, bad breath, a tooth ache and canker sores. However, tea tree oil should never be swallowed and you should be careful about leaving any of its residue in your mouth.

Spearmint oil contains carvone, limonene, menthone, dihydra carvone, cic-carvone, lonalool and eucalyptol, which all blend together in this plant to form an antibacterial, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal medicine, among its other properties. Spearmint oil is found in many mouthwashes and toothpastes because of these properties as well as its cooling, minty fresh taste. 

Clary sage oil is terrific oil for strengthening the gums, which can reduce the risk of you losing your teeth prematurely. The main chemical constituents of clary sage oil are linalyl acetate, germacrene-D, linalool, sclareol, diterpenes, and alpha-terpineol. The antibacterial properties that come from these components can kill harmful bacteria in the mouth as well, preventing dental caries, tooth decay, bleeding gums and periodontal disease. 

Peppermint oil the delightful, sprite, minty smell and taste of peppermint is very popular in dental health products. It contains menthol, menthone, cineole, b-caryophylene and limonene, all which make it very effective at destroying anaerobic bacteria, which thrive in the low oxygen environment of the mouth, causing gum disease and gum imflammation. Peppermint oil is also commonly used for treatment of the common cold, sinus infections and a sore throat.

Clove oil has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds of years to relieve toothaches. It's main chemical components include eugenol, B-caryophyllene, a-humulene and eugenyl acetate, among others.Clove oil inhibits many different pathogenic bacteria and it has been used in the past by dentists to disinfect root canals. It’s also great for a sore throat. 

Cinnamon oil has long been used for its medicinal properties, especially its antibacterial properties. Research has shown that this cinnamon oil has the greatest antimicrobal potency against streptococcus mutans, which is responsible for tooth decay and lactobacillus plantarus, which causes gingivitis.

These essential oils are all great for your teeth and gums and they all have many other health properties as well. Other great ways to use them are:
Diffusion, Inhale, Topically (with a carrier oil) or ingestion.  Have fun exploring these powerful medicine !
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How to Make Your Own Toothpaste

How to Make Your Own Toothpaste

Most toothpastes are loaded with harmful chemicals and even natural ones still have preservatives and binding agents. At Lucky Teeth we make a toothpaste that has no hidden ingredients, binding agents or preservatives. It is loaded with nourishing ingredients and has a delicious mild taste. We would like to share a simpler version that you might be able to make with things you already have at home. Continue reading and learn how to make your own toothpaste with readily accessible and natural ingredients.

This toothpaste recipe is safe for children!

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Is Mouthwash Necessary

Pros and Cons of Mouthwash: How Important Is Mouthwash For Teeth

Most people use mouthwash after brushing their teeth. While using mouthwash is a great way to remove lingering bacteria in your mouth, the kind of mouthwash you’re using could actually be damaging your teeth further.

Commercially made mouthwash doesn’t typically use food grade hydrogen peroxide which can negatively impact your enamel. Enamel is an important defense barrier that keeps your teeth from developing cavities and gum disease.

Without its protective layer, you’re essentially leaving your teeth open for attack. While you should still include mouthwash into your nightly routine for cleaning your teeth, you might want to consider using a peroxide mouthwash that’s made of natural ingredients.

Our mouthwash from Lucky Teeth could be the exact solution that you need for healthy teeth. Here’s why.
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“ This product actually saved my mouth. In order to explain further, I have to give a little bit of a background. A little over a year ago, I was put on an antibiotic to which I experienced a very bad reaction. Part of that reaction involved incredibly sore/receding gums and loosening teeth. I did not have this problem before. Another side effect of this antibiotic was the leeching of minerals from bones as well as teeth. Once I found that out, I started to search for a product that would possibly help put a stop to this situation. I could not take any flouride because that would have only made the side effects worse.
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